Parents discovered that their three-year-old daughter had cancer after taking her baby to sleep in a hammock.
Dave Fletcher, 39, thinks she catches the tender moments of her childhood when she photographed her daughter Izzie for sleeping at Kleins Square, Worcester, when she was 23 months old.
But only a few weeks later, Dave and his wife Wiki (37) were destroyed to find that the fatigue of their young daughter proved to be a sign of leukemia.
Since then, the girl has gone through 570 doses of severe chemotherapy and is now receiving maintenance therapy to prevent the return of cancer.
Dave, now warns the other parents to be careful and to look out for the signs of the disease.
"It was only one afternoon in the square," she said, "I was away, I turned and fell, I was asleep and I fell asleep, but I did not think much about it." I thought that was a nice moment and I simply took a picture for him. "
Later they realized that everything was part of the symptoms and that what she caught was that she showed signs of something more evil.
"She was tired, there were some colds or viruses, and a bit of bruises on her legs, but all this is attributed to the normal strokes of childhood and minor illnesses.You will get a little sentimental, looking at the images from her before they get sick, you just grasp how it happened after being so young. "
The couple performed Izzy's family doctor for the first time in January last year, after a strange rash appeared on her leg.
They were recommended to return a few days later in the blood if the rash did not disappear and took him directly to the hospital if he got worse.
However, the next morning, Izzy's wash expanded, and then the temperature rose, so her parents took her to the Royal Hospital Worcester.
There he was diagnosed with leukemia on the same day and started chemotherapy treatment next week.
Izzy spent her second birthday at the Children's Hospital in Birmingham, pending a procedure for taking samples from her bone marrow.
Dave Fletcher She added: "She grew up very fast and was subjected to drugs she did not like, but she has taken it all at good speed so far. When diagnosed, we were in shock." One family member died of leukemia five years ago, so it was we do not know what will happen at that stage or what the future will be like. "
But the type of leukemia that Izzy has is more likely to recover than others. And his young age helps those probabilities.
"We were happy that Izzy was diagnosed quickly and fortunately she was very well undergoing treatment, suffered very little problems or unplanned hospital admissions, which makes us more optimistic, she does not have to have so many steroids because of the test in which she is. is a treatment plan used in other countries and we are grateful that we are given the opportunity. "
And the parents are grateful for the attention it receives: "It shows how important research is in new pioneering treatments. The NHS doctors and nurses are brilliant, and we had great support from family and friends."
Brave Izzie has now received the Star & Kids Kids & Teens Award from the UK for cancer research in recognition of what happened.
Mom's girlfriend said: "Izzy was so excited to receive her reward. It was a good positive experience that rewarded her for continuing her struggle with her treatment."
Jane Redman, spokeswoman for the UK Children and Teen Cancer Research Survey in Worcester, says: "Cancer can have a catastrophic impact on their lives, and many who survive can live with serious long-term side effects of their treatment. The mission is to fund research to find new, better and more pleasant treatments for young cancer patients. We want to present the day when every child and young person survive cancer and do it with a good quality of life. "
The baby was diagnosed with cancer after seeing some pictures of her vacations